Michelle Obama to Rep the US at the Olympics

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Michelle Obama will be making more history at this year’s Olympic games in London. She will be representing the Obama administration as the U.S. athletes march onto the field.

“I am beyond proud to be leading the U.S. delegation to the Opening Ceremony of this year’s Olympic Games,” said Mrs. Obama, who added that she’ll be spending some time with everyone involved in support Team USA. “During my visit, in addition to cheering for Team USA, I’m going to have the chance to meet with our Olympic athletes and the folks who work in our embassy in London as well.”

Michelle Obama will be joined by several athletic greats like Dominique Dawes, Grant Hill and Summer Sanders.

She added that the opportunity is in line with her message to the youth and parents in America.

“I am beyond proud to be leading the U.S. delegation to the Opening Ceremony of this year’s Olympic games,” said Michelle, who added that she’ll be spending some time with everyone involved in support Team USA. “During my visit, in addition to cheering for Team USA, I’m going to have the chance to meet with our Olympic athletes and the folks who work in our embassy in London as well.”

July 28 has been declared “Let’s Move Olympic Fun Day” and kids can get in on the action by playing any sport.

via EURWeb

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